Articles tagged “glasgow”

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Business Travel

Why a Glasgow Architecture Conference Focused on Its Legacy Impact

This conference planner sums it up best: “So many times an organization comes into a city, invades it for a few days, and then leaves. For us, we relied on the universities, pulling their knowledge and access to people, to create what we hope is a long-lasting conversation about the future of cities between us and the people of Glasgow.”

Why a Glasgow Architecture Conference Focused on Its Legacy Impact

Meetings

2016 Meeting Trends According to One of Europe’s Best Convention Cities

Glasgow is drawing record numbers of convention attendees by continually expanding and engaging its local knowledge base to strategically add value to business events.

2016 Meeting Trends According to One of Europe’s Best Convention Cities

Airlines

Heathrow Parent Sells off 2 Scottish Airports to Raise $1.7 Billion

Heathrow is shedding anything that doesn't help it focus on its goal to be the biggest.

Heathrow Parent Sells off 2 Scottish Airports to Raise $1.7 Billion

Tourism

Tourism Replaces Shipbuilding as Glasgow’s Economic Engine

Economic inequality persists, but the evolution of Glasgow's shore highlights how tourism can be used by cities to provide jobs and attract dollars as the global economy changes.

Tourism Replaces Shipbuilding as Glasgow’s Economic Engine

Media and PR

The Trends That Are Driving 2014’s ‘Top Travel Destinations’ Lists

Are anniversaries and events over-stressed on these lists? It’s refreshing not to see Brazil, in its World Cup, an automatic inclusion of all lists – even if it’s an understandable entry. But would anyone plan a trip to Cape Town just because it’s the World Design Capital?

The Trends That Are Driving 2014’s ‘Top Travel Destinations’ Lists

Tourism

Glasgow looks for a new brand and turns to its citizens for it

These days, any kind of city, state or country rebranding cannot be done without the input of its citizens. Glasgow is doing it smartly.

Glasgow looks for a new brand and turns to its citizens for it